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New Voices of Ireland, 7th Edition

  • D-Light Studios Dublin 46 N Great Clarence St, North Strand, Dublin, D01 K2Y1 ireland (map)
A little sneak peek of some micro scale #sculptures I am creating. For those who don't have the space for my bigger pieces! Get in touch if you want to #commission one. .
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Public opening times:

Opening Night: 13 September, 6.00 pm – 9.00 pm

Open to the public: 16 – 18 September, 10.00 am – 5.00 pm (FREE)

Culture Night Finissage event : 20 September, 6.00 pm – 10.00 pm (FREE)


The New Voices of Ireland Series is a flagship project of integrative, cultural practice between migrant and local artists as well as audiences curated and presented by the Centre for Creative Practices.

The 7th edition of The New Voices of Ireland Series entitled CULTURAL, URBAN MEMORY – TRANSITION, TEMPORALITY, TRANSCULTURES, spotlights work from 8 artists.

Transition, temporality and transcultures are essential parts of population movements of the twenty-first century. So are the constantly growing cities that have become cultural melting pots. However, the voices of migrants, the main agents of the transition, transculturality and temporality are rarely heard, and if so, it happens mainly in the context of ethnographic and anthropological approaches, placing them at the margins of history.

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About the Centre For Creative Practices

Founded in 2009, Centre for Creative Practices (CFCP) is an award-winning, not for profit organisation dedicated to connecting, integrating, and promoting migrant and culturally diverse artists and developing intercultural arts practices in Ireland. We are committed to professionally supporting migrant and culturally diverse artists, effectively showcasing and further developing their talents and enabling them to access resources and the local arts scene. We help migrant and culturally diverse artists to fulfil their creative potential for their own and societal benefit.


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